lying. sean hannity is up next. mond. ♪ ♪ >> sean: welcome to "hannity," we are broadcasting again tonight from israel. earlier today that prime minister benjamin nentanyahu met with our defense secretary jim mattis in jerusalem right after his meeting concluded, i got to speak with the prime minister, we covered a lot of topics and got his take on the escalating tension that's all around the world. but first i started by asking the prime minister about president trump's upcoming meeting with the palestinian president abbas, here's the first part of our exchange. >> sean: on may 3rd, the president will meet with mahmoud abbas, the palestinian authorit
authority, here's an interesting fact, they don't recognize the right for israel to exist, be 36,000 recipients, they reward as a matter of law those people that kill israelis. close to $300 million? >> there is on an annual basis, they're giving off hundreds of millions of dollars. two terrorists or the families of terrorists who murder israelis, murder americans. it's unimaginable, after a decade, it could be more than a billion dollars that are given to terrorists i'm not talking about hamas, i'm talking about mainline palestinian authority headed by the president, who is going to see president trump in
washington. i think the first test of peace is to say to them hey, you want peace, prove it. confront terrorism, stop rewarding terrorism, stop paying it terrorists. don't finagle the books, what they do is we want to pay directly, will pay directly someone else and they will pay it to the terrorists. circular fashion, no. come clean on this. stop paying terrorists, repeal the law on their books that do not only pay terrorists, this is crazy, they pay terrorists on a sliding scale, not on the cost of living put on the cost of killing. the more you kill, the more you get. it accumulates through vast sums, some contributed by americans, european government and so on. >> sean: this is important because hundreds of millions of dollars were giving them
hundreds of millions of dollars. >> they funnel funds to terrorists who murder not only in innocent israelis but innocent americans. unacceptable. that's a test for peace. it's a change that's significan significant, dominic. >> sean: why would you think when he talks about every drop of blood that's spilled it for jerusalem, we bless it. >> because they can get away with it. if i say something, not only make him a president trump from president obama doesn't make a difference. and our free societies, in our open, transparent societies, if we say a syllable to a domestic audience to our base audience, then it gets beamed around the world immediately, we are held accountable for every word, for every sentence that we make, that's what our free transparent
society -- >> sean: so abbas. >> in the case of a boss, he lives in a different universe, he can say i want peace to western leaders, i'm willing to recognize israel he'll say that to his own people hill says the very opposite. you can see how different that is. >> sean: you'll see president trump on may 3rd, he says he wants peace with israel. he just needs land for peace which israel has tried in the past, but i doubt he's going to say we bless every drop of blood that has been spilled for israel which is clean and pure blood, blood spilled for all, i doubt that comes up with president trump. >> here's a test -- i'm sure it won't -- here's a test for peac peace. when you are dealing with such leaders or with anyone, the true test of their real intention is not what they say to foreign leaders, what they whisper in
the diplomatic corps adores the real test is what they say to their own people in the case of the palestinian leadership including president abbas, we don't want a state next to israel. we want to state instead of israel. at first we get the state, then we flood israel with the descendants of palestinians, we go back to tel aviv. that's the end of israel. >> sean: abbas to his own people. he also said we won't allow of filthy feet as it relates to the mosque. >> talk about religious tests, i make one very important rule and we keep it. we guarantee full, free, unfettered access to the holy sites to, christians, and muslims. we never said, they can go to
the alexa mosque, and the christians to the church of the holy sepulcher. we guarantee the freedom of religion and tolerance and respect to all religions. very different from what we say to our -- the most important thing, how can you we pay terrorists questionnaire can you imagine if you paid to terrorists it's totally unacceptable. a spill in the world pressures you to make peace with abbas. >> they don't have to pressure may, i want peace. >> sean: how do you make peace peace? >> you make peace from demanding from the palestinians to pass the test of peace. >> sean: i've got a video evidence, a clip, this is not long ago, this is october 2015, the mother of a killed
palestinian terrorist a family that is rewarded financially by the palestinian authority celebrates the death of her sons martyrdom handing out candy, pulling out a knife, threatening her own attack on israel and i'll also play for you a clip of october 15th again, a palestinian jordanian preschool girl, a little preschool girl holding a knife saying she wants to stab a, let's play it. [speaking arabic] [speaking arabic]
>> this is what they hear in the palestinians at schools. if that's the pledge of allegiance that palestinian teachers paid by the palestinian authority pose. this is what they are taught, this is what they are inculcated with. unless you change that, you don't get to the root of what is preventing peace. it's a persistent refusal to recognize the jewish state in any boundary, israel will disappear or knife it to death. we paid the terrorists to do so, that's got to change, not only for us but hold the palestinian leadership accountable. don't let them get away with doubletalk. let them say to their own people what they say to americans.
>> sean: like you said in october 2015, i'd like him to say that to president trump because i guarantee you he will not say that to president trump. >> how about a different twist? how about if what he says to president trump he has to say to his own people? how about if he says yes, mr. president, i'm going to change that law and were not going to -- in fact our laws will forbid paying terrorists and i'm going to come back to ramallah to the palestinian areas and i'm going to change that legislation, and i'm going to make sure not a penny goes to the terrorists or their families and i'm going to make sure it doesn't go -- sean, i would be happy. prove me wrong, but prove me wrong and not by nice words that are set in washington, d.c., in front of the cameras, but the real test, change the way you
pay the terrorists. >> sean: what i tell my radio and tv audience and i've said for years is that for many, many decades and i've known you for decades, you have been the sole adult on the world stage with the moral clarity that recognizes the evil in our time. i think the odds of that happening are next to zero in part -- how do you indoctrinate your own children to stab a jew like that tape we played, a lifelong indoctrination and hatred towards an enemy you don't even know? >> if that indoctrination doesn't change, you're right. if that continue paying terrorists you are right. if they continue calling in their schools and their mosques
for the eradication of israel and the in the jewish state, i think the only chance this will change is if there pressure brought to them, were not going to accept generic words, fluffy words of peace while you indoctrinate your own people with a doctorate of death. if you demand that, there is at least a chance that there will be a change. the first one who will welcome that changes me. because i've been there, on the battle lines. >> sean: you lost your brother brother. >> i was in war war's end of the wars between wars, the b terror. rescuing hostages, our own forces, that happens.
i know the cost of war. there is no one that wants peace more than israel. this canard that israel doesn't want peace, that i don't want peace is exactly that. it's a joke. we teach peace to our children, we yearn for peace, and we don't have doubletalk because what we say inside and what we say outside and everybody holds us accountable. it's high time that accountability was put on the palestinians. i want you to stop paying terrorists and their families, i want to see a change. if that kind of demand for accountability, genuine accountability is put forth, that could make for a turning point. >> sean: coming up, more of my exclusive interview with the prime minister of israel benjamin nentanyahu.
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welcome secretary mentis to israel, i've heard a lot of route to him, lot about him. and i think this is a prodigious moment. israel has no better friend than israel, america has no better friends than israel, this is a partnership based on common values and the deepest sense of the word. we sense a great change in the direction of american policy. >> sean: if that was prime minister benjamin nentanyahu speaking earlier today right before his meeting with the defense secretary mattis right here in jerusalem, here's part two of our interview. >> sean: i had an opportunity today to get on a chopper and israel is about the size of the state of new jersey, it's not a very big country. you're surrounded by lebanon and syria and jordan and egypt. at times, historically, not always friendly countries.
when you look at the borders at different points, we are literally a mile or two away were some of your enemies are. do you think most people understand the security concerns are? >> probably not because it's hard to imagine, you have to compress the united states to the size of new jersey. and then put in a lot of militant islamists with short-range, middle range, long range weapons suicide bombers. trying to cross into your territory, obviously israel has security challenges unlike any other country. israel is unlike any other country because it's new jersey but it's new jersey with f-15s, courtesy of american health which we appreciate good f35's
and a very robust army. a citizen's army that is willing to defend ourselves, by ourselves. this is the secret of our success. we've been able to throw away all of these attackers, we filled all of these dangers by the will of our people to defend ourselves. we found partners in the region because they are being attacked by the same a militant islamists. they realize israel is not their enemy but their crucial ally in warding off the same threats. israel is a small but are powerful. they are able to defend and occasionally attack. >> may be an unintended consequence and i remember the speech again before the joint session of congress, president obama was not exactly happy of it, more powerful
speeches that i had seen. may be an unintended consequence of this bad iranian deal and i concur with your conclusions about this, a nuclear armed iran is a squared could be squared, c squared, radical mullahs, weapons of mass destruction threatening to wipe israel off the map. it is not a consequence the world should ever say. >> threatening you and all your allies. a >> sean: where the great satan. >> where the closer it satan, the mid-united states in the united states but >> sean: the only democracy in the region. >> the west stops here. >> sean: there seems to be an alliance to a couple decks of gogo that window been possible. as they fear iranian hegemony and a nuclear armed iran here.
>> there's no question the deal with iran which paves the way to eventual iranian acquisition of the critical elements of nuclear bombs and nuclear arsenal, something we don't accept and never signed and we won't let happen. because many in the region are threatened by that same iran, immeasurably threatened more by a nuclear iran, that is brought a lot of the countries to a different thinking about israel. i think this is possibilities ultimately for peace, certainly for our common security, i think there is a recognition of that today in washington by president trump, by secretary mattis, and by secretary tiller's and him as well. i think we realize that we face common challenges and the greatest challenge is the
challenge of militant islam of both countries, the shiite variety led by iran, this the sunni variety, the long-term changes from iran. other resources, developing satellites. power in the hands of a militant islamic regime and a whole world to say, a lot in the arab world understand it, we had israel understand it, i can say today that washington understands it. that's an important change. >> sean: you finished where i was going. so many instances, you see what's happening now with
north korea and they are in the news and you've got pyongyang saber rattling and they are out there suggesting about the united states warning about a super mighty preemptive striking against the u.s., i want to do a little history lesson here. i have a tape of then-president bill clinton, he had given the north koreans $4 billion with the promise they wouldn't get nuclear weapons, i'm going to play that tape. i'm going to follow that tape with a tape of susan rice, john kerry, and barack obama sang the redlined in the sand in syria. that would prevent any further use of chemical weapons that eliminated all of assad's chemical weapons and then i'll play obama's promise that his nuclear deal with iran, $150 billion would prevent the irradiance from ever getting a nuclear weapon, we are wrong about north korea, we are wrong about chemical weapons and syria. are we going to be wrong on iran and what it would mean to the world, let's play those tapes.
>> this is a good deal for the united states. north korea will freeze and then dismantle its nuclear program, south korea and our other allies will be better protected. >> we were able to find a solution that actually removed the chemical weapons that were known from syria in a way that the use of force would never have accomplished. >> russia has been constructive and helping to remove 100% of the declared chemical weapons from syria. >> people may criticize us for not having launched missiles against assad after chemical weapons had been used but keep in mind why we didn't. we didn't because i got rid of chemical weapons. it >> today the united states together with our allies and partners has reached a historic understanding with iran which if fully implemented will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon. >> sean: your reaction. >> i want to give credit to
president obama for the things we've cooperated, a lot of things including sino stomach sd our disagreements too the most fundamental disagreement was about iran. i think the deal paves the way for iran to get to a bomb. i think it also pays the way for iran's economy to get untold billions of dollars to not only fund their nuclear arsenal but fund their aggression which since the deal was signed has been growing in the region. i think it's important to recognize that, i think president trump does. i think it's important to take action both political action and diplomatic action and economic sanctions actions. also to take military action as president trump did against iran's proxy, syria when it used chemical weapons.
i think that is an important change. >> sean: coming up, more of my exclusive interview with prime minister benjamin nentanyahu as we continue from israel. later today, we want up in a later today, we want up in a helicopter and got a at bp's cooper river plant, employees take safety personally - down to each piece of equipment, so they can protect their teammates and the surrounding wetlands, too. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better.
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contract thatty he be chairman in 2018. this after the observance of a passenger being dragged off the plane. now back to hannity upon for all of your headlines. i'm jackie ibanez, now back to "hannity" ." >> we have common values, based on the twin threats of militant islam, the shiites extremists led by islam, the sunni extremists led by diane that ik about forest mr. secretary. >> sean: that was prime minister benjamin nentanyahu yesterday, here's more of my exclusive interview.
>> sean: bill clinton was so wrong about north korea and they got nuclear weapons on present obama was so wrong about the redlined, to me it makes sense if you have the country that's the number one state sponsor of terror that repeatedly says they want to wipe your country off the map and also fire weapons of the united states, burn the american flight, the israeli flag. >> they nearly assassinated the saudi ambassador in downtown washington, d.c., that's iran. >> sean: they're fighting multiple proxy wars against you and others. >> and your allies. >> sean: how does the united states president to give the hundred $50 billion to the number one state sponsor of terror. i know you took him on, you still say you had a decent relationship with him though. >> on other matters yes, but not on this.
and a way to pursue peace between us and the palestinians. on the question of iran, i want to make clear, because this is important. my problem was not merely that they would violate the deal and they will wherever they can. it's that if they don't violate the deal, they walk into within 12 years unimpeded enrichment of uranium which is what you need to make bombs. from there, the distance to making bombs is nothing. i disagree with that and i didn't think -- and now look at what has happened. the deal has been signed, iran's economy is improving, maybe not at the rate that they like but down the line, they're going to get hundreds of billions of dollars not only because of the cash that will flow into them but also investments that will flow into them. they will get more lethal
weapons including deals that they signed immediately with russia as soon as the deal was -- >> sean: including missile-defense with israel and the united states and allied countries that want to take out those nuclear sites buried >> if you add to that of their aggression in the region, they moved into yemen in a big way which is a maritime route for the world. >> sean: and threatening the saudi's. >> not threatening, firing at the saudi's with rockets and missiles into the sovereign territory. he moved into syria, they're trying to establish naval base on the mediterranean, can you imagine? uranium, submarines, in the mediterranean? you have the six fleet there. you want a radiance there? stomach iranians there? i said to president putin that
is not in the interests of anyone to have an iranian naval base in the mediterranean, i didn't hear a forceful argument. >> sean: at damascus, tehran, moscow, they get along. he props them up. >> i have to say that we have a good relationship with russia, have a good relationship with president putin, it's an understatement. >> sean: there is a new sheriff in town, he spent time with president trump, he said the iranians are violating the spirit of the nuclear deal. i think most of the money was transferred. how important is it that they act on that? >> here's my position but it's my position.
vis-a-vis the deal with iran, if i had to compress it into two words, repeal or replace. >> sean: those are words americans know well. >> this would be mild position. i think washington has to decide its own position. clearly one thing that has to be changed is to not let iran have the best of all worlds which is the worst of all worlds for israel and the arab countries, the united states, the world. >> sean: the new u.n. ambassador was slamming the security council just yesterday for what she called israeli bashing sessions and try to refocus the security council on exactly what you are saying, that is the threat of iran and hezbollah and terror, which of the u.n. refuses to focus on. >> right, it's great that she's
doing it and i know that this comes from her own convictions which are real. i think from president trump, it's a very strong position and it's the correct position because what is happening in the u.n. is a farce. terrible injustices, two women,, christians, use 80s, muslims, be terrorist organizations that they support. who does the u.n. bash, israel, the one real democracy in the middle east. if >> sean: coming up, the final part of my interview with prime minister benjamin nentanyahu as we continue from israel, later i was given a tour from the air and a helicopter, will show you what we saw is what leads you know who likes to be
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>> effectively we are on the tri-state border meaning we are literally between israel, jordan, and syria. the villages around us here are all controlled by the islamic state affiliates and we see them frequently on this hill. we see them training, acrobatics, running, weaving in and heard them firing, shooting target practice. it's around 40,000, 50,000 syrian residents that live in
that area with about a thousand islamic state operatives that manage the area. just a few months ago, we had isis affiliates target and idf control the mic patrol that we are operating not far from here. they target them they missed, we killed four of their operatives, they set up their position in an abandoned united nations facility, that is no longer poses a threat and we sent a clear message. if you mess with us, you're going to pay dearly. this is just one parcel of the islamic state which is just one problem. going further north, you have other forces linked to al qaeda, going further north, we have hezbollah. everywhere we look east from the border between israel and syria, we see negativity on the other side. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity," earlier this week and idf spokesman gave our producers a tour of israel's northern border with syria. i asked prime minister netanyahu
how his country has been impacted by the instability in the region and more, watch this. >> sean: we see the saber rattling of kim jong il and into north korea and the threats that he made of the super mighty preemptive strike he made against the united states of america. this perhaps should be factored into when we talk about iran, this should be north korea has nuclear weapons, they would like icbm capability, married to the nuclear weapons, they would have the capability of reaching the continental united states. if you have a nuclear armed ira iran, how does the united states militarily stop him, kim jong il in it from getting icbm capability when we know he has the capability of launching nuclear weapons at japan, china, south korea, how do you stop that at that point? >> let me talk about iran, i
think it's immensely dangerous to have a regime that is not merely a rogue regime in this case, i think henry kissinger put it best. he said it's a cost, not a country, iran. what is the cost? it's to dominate first the middle east and then the world with a shiite revivalism. and to subjugate and remove anybody that stands in their wake him up first in the muslim world and then everybody else, convert, die, now you say that's madness. then you say it can't be at the beginning of the 21st century, there are still regimes and movements, causes that believe in that madness. can it be? of course it can.
it's right before our eyes, what you see in isis is small compared to what you could see with iran, they too have a cause. they think we're the ones who should be dominated, the world should be islamist and were going to be king of the hill, that's what they're fighting with that shiites, who is going to be king of this islamist hill? but they don't disagree that it only has room for those who adopt and except through submission their version of islam. who is resisting? other muslims? they don't want to go down that path, non-muslims like us we don't want to go down that path either, we've made common cause to stop these people. the question right now is what will happen in this battle if an islamist state, an islamist terrorist state which is what
iran is, the preeminent terrorist state of our time has the weapons of mass terror, nuclear weapons. you can imagine that this mad his skin this mad ideology wille the powers to intimidate the woe damage, we cannot allow that to happen. in the case of iran, clearly it hasn't yet happened. if we are resolute in our policies, very firm and our policies, we can make sure it doesn't happen. >> sean: coming up next about my tour of israel and its my tour of israel and its borders trust #1 doctor recommended dulcolax. use dulcolax tablets for gentle dependable relief. suppositories for relief in minutes. and dulcoease for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax. designed for dependable relief.
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity," we are broadcasting tonight from israel and earlier today before my interview with the prime minister, i was given a tour from the country from the air in a helicopter, take a look at israel's borders. >> sean: we are just leaving the airport in tel aviv, the mediterranean sea on the side, this is the edge of tel aviv, we are heading up north to haifa. look at the proximity of israel being surrounded by lebanon and syria and jordan and egypt. give people of the size and proximity of just how small a
country this is and over the years starting in 67 or 73 war, how important defensible borders are for israel especially in in light of being surrounded by enemies. from tel aviv, where is the closest border where rockets are being fired in tel aviv? >> gaza strip which is about 60 kilometers, during the last operations in 2013 -- >> sean: i was here when it happened. >> only one time it penetrated the iron dome and got into tel aviv but it was tel aviv metropolitan. >> sean: to give someone in the united states perspective, the landmass of israel is
probably the size of a state like what, new jersey? >> like new jersey, only three states in the u.s. which are smaller than israel. all the others are much bigger. here you can see the red roofs, israelis have settlements here. inside israel, it's inside the redline. you see the wall and behind the wall is the city of to call. it's less than 200 meters between the palestinian community on the other side of the fence. >> sean: if you plan to the right on the camera then it goes to the mediterranean, that's an 8-mile width. people in the united states talk
about land for peace, what are they talking about in this general area? >> because of the city of to: which is a huge one, the line that would be very near what we see today. it will be included in the palestinian side. the depths of israel in this area will be only an eighth wid wide, it will lose its ability to have any depth in this area. >> sean: 8 miles is not a dependable border, it's impossible. >> rockets and so on, it's very close to the target. their ability to defend israeli cities, rockets and missiles
might be launched from the palestinian side very narrow because of the proximity. >> this is an israeli community from one side, on the other side to easy a palestinian one. in between there is -- before 2003, there was no fence at all in that area and a lot of suicide bombers came from this area. >> sean: right here at the top of the hill is an israeli neighborhood and went to the right is a palestinian neighborhood and then you have a border fence in between, it's basically a separation? >> today there is a separation, cross borders some areas here. before this line was operated, you can say. >> sean: you have an israeli city in a palestinian city?
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new 8:00 p.m. eastern show will begin on monday and will be forget the five s9 and don't forget our regular time. set your dvrs so you never miss a "the first 100 days" hosted by martha starts right now. >> martha: the attack on paris by isis affiliated terrorists, the vulnerability, two repeated strikes been more and more, a part of life in france. it raises the question how much more of this can free people abide? well this latest hit impact the choice of the french as they had to the polls to elect their next leader. this happening hours after a big coup as they negotiate the release of an american woman held three years in egypt. hello, everybody, i am martha maccallum. it is day 92 of the first 100. we start in france.